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Irish Olympic athletes Phil Healy and David Gillick, with young fitness fans Juneau (10) and Casey (7) Conroy, as they announce that Fyffes is to resume its children’s fitness programme of live school visits in September.

Irish Olympic athletes Phil Healy and David Gillick, with young fitness fans Juneau (10) and Casey (7) Conroy, as they announce that Fyffes is to resume its children’s fitness programme of live school visits in September.

Irish Olympic athletes Phil Healy and David Gillick, with young fitness fans Juneau (10) and Casey (7) Conroy, as they announce that Fyffes is to resume its children’s fitness programme of live school visits in September.

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A programme to encourage fitness at school is set to resume, after a two-year break due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Fyffes confirmed that its programme of fitness visits from the Fit Squad to Wicklow schools will re-commence at the start of the new school year in September.

Schools are being encouraged to register to take part.

Since its launch four years ago, over 840 Wicklow pupils had been introduced to the Fit Squad programme before Covid-19 and the resulting school closures saw the programme move online.

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Delivered by Irish health and fitness expert Tom Dalton, each visit of 45-minutes duration includes an active workout designed to improve children’s general fitness through engagement and fun-filled activities, supported by talks and tips on healthy eating.

Schools interested in participating can now register to take part at fyffesfitsquad.ie/register


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